Veteran ID Cards
The Burlington County Veteran Services and Sheriff’s Department have partnered to provide Burlington County Veterans with a free Veteran Photo ID Card. These cards identify veterans who served in our armed forces, and received an honorable discharge following their military service.
These cards give veterans the ability to receive discounts or benefits offered by stores and restaurants. Many establishments offer 10% or more in discounts to our vets, who have had to carry their DD214 discharge document to prove their military status.
The cards are not valid to conduct official business or to secure veterans benefits. Military retirees and those veterans holding VA Health Care Cards can use these cards as proof of veteran status, and do not require the Veteran ID card.
In September, there were 4 dates where services were offered to veterans to come to the Human Services Building in Westampton. Over 650 veterans took advantage of this service, held between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. to get their free ID cards. Additional dates were also held at the County Administration building the week of October 4th.
Receive Your ID
Veteran’s may continue to get their free ID cards in either of the following ways:
Community Services Unit
County Administration Building
49 Rancocas Road
Mount Holly, NJ 08060
The Sheriff's Department is open from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Please call 609-265-3788 to schedule an appointment.
400 Route 38
Moorestown, NJ 08057
Senior ID cards will be available the last Wednesday of each month, from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. The County Corner is located along the Route 38 (front) of the mall, to the left side of Sears. Their telephone number is 856-642-3833. DD214 is required, along with a Photo ID.
You must bring the following documentation to receive your ID.
- Military DD214 discharge document showing an ‘honorary discharge’.
- Photo ID such as a New Jersey photo driver’s license.
- Any name changes made since the issuance of the DD214 must have documentation.
DD214 Discharge Document Registration
Veterans can register their DD-214 discharge papers with the Burlington County Clerk's Office. Registering this form affords the veteran the security of knowing that his/her records are permanently recorded.